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Autumn is an excellent time of the year to discover Tirol. 
Updated on 05.09.2022 in Bits & Pieces from Fabienne
8 min reading time
There’s something magical that happens when leaves begin to change colour, the air turns crisp and cool and days are getting darker earlier. Autumn brings a new set of activities to fill your days — here is my ultimate autumn bucket list.
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Benjamin
Updated on 09.08.2022 in Bits & Pieces from Benjamin
3 min reading time
Riding an electric bike is one of those guilty pleasures in life – something lots of people do but few like to admit to. With e-bike sales booming, we sat down and carried out our own super-scientific analysis to find out just who it is out there exploring Tirol's trails with an extra battery boost.
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Benjamin
Updated on 08.08.2022 in Bits & Pieces from Benjamin
10 min reading time
Looking to up your Insta game? You won’t go wrong snapping away at these 10 destinations – the most Instagrammable hotels in Tirol (no filter necessary).
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Doggln
Updated on 30.05.2022 in Bits & Pieces from Eckard
5 min reading time
My top 10 souvenir recommendations, little keepsakes that I enjoy taking home for my friends – and a few things I like to buy myself! All of these gifts are made or finished off in Tirol.
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Updated on 18.04.2022 in Bits & Pieces from Anke Helle
14 min reading time
There is nothing that our author finds more difficult than getting up early. Can she learn to appreciate the morning hours with the help of local farmers high in the mountains of Tirol?
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Greeting in Tyrolean.
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Benjamin
Updated on 11.04.2022 in Bits & Pieces from Benjamin
7 min reading time
Tirol’s huts offer all the necessities; however, we want to point out that a mountain cabin is not a hotel— instead, these are places that encourage hikers to slow down, to interact and to leave no trace.
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Benjamin
Updated on 23.02.2022 in Bits & Pieces from Benjamin
5 min reading time
The ski lifts and cable cars are back in motion transporting wintersports enthusiasts high up into the mountains. Huddled together inside them are different types of skiers you are sure to find wherever you carve your turns. Here is our quick guide to the classic categories of people out on the slopes.
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Or perhaps not, because falling in love isn’t really about choosing the type you prefer, but rather more about the chemistry between two people.
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Hot tea can be a godsend on cold days. It heats you up from the inside and also keeps your fingers nice and warm.
, © Tirol Werbung - Haindl Ramon
Sandra
Updated on 31.01.2022 in Bits & Pieces from Sandra Langmann
3 min reading time
Icy toes, blue lips, shivering hands – nobody likes being cold. Here's how to stay warm all winter, no matter how low the mercury falls.
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Who are you? Three types of black bird can be found above the treeline in Tirol: alpine choughs, carrion crows and common ravens. The alpine chough is smaller than the others.
Updated on 07.12.2021 in Bits & Pieces from
5 min reading time
Hikers familiar with the mountains of Tirol will know all about the alpine chough. These black birds with eye-catching yellow beaks can be found circling in the air above many alpine summits. But did you know that the alpine chough can fly at speeds of up to 200km/h – and is even capable of lying? We sat down for an interview with Christiane Böhm, head of the bird department at Innsbruck Alpine Zoo, to find out more.
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